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Interview with MPB

  


 

At the end of last year I was interviewed by MPB for their blog. I spoke to them about my architectural photography and the process of self publishing my book - Ode to Welbeck.

It was lovely to talk to them regarding the kit I use and any tips as well as my journey of self publishing a photo book. The full interview is available to read here.

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